Please use the shopping cart/checkout process for all orders. Doing so
keeps online inventory accurate and ensures that you receive the items you order. I accept money orders, well-hidden cash and PayPal.
If sending a money order or cash, payment should be in my hands within 7
days. Items unpaid after this time are subject to forfeiture unless prior
arrangements are made.
The USPS rate increase of January 2016 resulted in a punishing rise in international postage charges. Recalibrating the site's postal calculations is an ongoing process. Rest assured that if the postage charge calculated proves to be significantly above actual cost, I will refund an appropriate sum. Conversely, if the checkout calculation is well below my actual cost, I may request that you send the balance.
Within the US, postage is $5 for any number of items.
CANADA: $10 for the first 7-inch/fanzine/flier + $5 each additional
$20 for the first LP + $5 each additional
WORLDWIDE: $20 for the first 7-inch/letter-size fanzine/flier + $5 each additional
$25 for the first LP or large format fanzine + $10 each additional
Domestic and international insurance against loss and damage is available in $100 increments in the Insurance section. The cost is $1 per $100 worth of coverage for domestic shipments and $2 per $100 worth of coverage for international shipments. Insurance for domestic shipments is optional but strongly recommended. Insurance is required for all international orders over $100. Insured values will NOT appear on customs forms.
SPECIAL NOTE: Unlike most sellers, I utilize a private package insurance company not the USPS. Doing so amounts to a huge boon for international buyers since I am able to insure standard First Class International packages for full value (though that value will NOT appear on the package itself). Your package will not bear the standard USPS barcoded insurance label, but it is covered if you paid for insurance. Also note that the cost of insurance is not reflected in the metered postage on your package. The private package insurance policy specifically prohibits marking external packaging "insured". Why? Because doing so simply alerts would-be thieves that the package contents are valuable. It makes sense if you think about it.
Still have questions? Don't hesitate to e-mail me.